The Denver Regional Bicycle Map is intended to provide information about bicycle facilities in the region. Bicycle facilities are a form of cycling infrastructure consisting of marked lanes, tracks, shoulders and paths designated for use by cyclists. The map also includes some additional information related to bicyling such as bicycle share stations and transit park & ride locations in an effort to help riders in their route planning.
For more information about the Denver Regional Council of Governments Bicycle/Pedestrian program visit the DRCOG Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning web-page.
This data is intended for informational purposes only. DRCOG provides this information on an "as is" basis and makes no guarantee, representation or warranty, either express or implied, that the data will be error free. DRCOG further makes no guarantees, representations or warranties, either express or implied, as to the completeness, accuracy or correctness of the data, or as to merchantability or fitness of the data for a particular use or purpose. DRCOG is not responsible to any user for any costs, expenses, liabilities or damages arising from inconsistencies in its data or from any use of the information.
The detailed disclaimer can be found here.
Bicycle route data is developed by DRCOG staff and collected from a variety of sources (local jurisdictions where possible). The process strives to provide data that can be used to distinguish between "on street" and "off street" routes. The data is verified using a variety of techniques to ensure that:
Bicycle share data comes from various bike share programs in the region.Bicycle share data can be downloaded here: Bike Share Stations
Bicycle share data comes from various bike share programs in the region.Communities with dockless bike share data is not currently available for download.
RTD park & ride data is from the Regional Transportation District (RTD). The data can be dowloaded directly from the RTD data download web-site.
DRCOG GIS data can be downloaded at DRCOG Regional Data Catalog.
Open Cycle Map is built from Open Street Map (OSM) data to serve as a bicycle focused base map. The data behind the project is contributed and maintained by citizens. You can contribute to the map by adding bicycle related content to the Open Street Map project.
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